At 20 years of age Mac Miller has accomplished more than most homies twice his age and he’s not stopping yet. His latest mixtape “Macadelic” not only showcases his lyrical maturity but also his ability to experiment with cultural references and his own emotions.
If you’ve followed Miller’s career from the beginning, when K.I.D.S. revolutionized the genre of frat rap, you know that he’s quite vocal on staying humble through the fame. The dude still has the same girl and rolls with the same crew, creating a rapper with a low level of overall douchiness and music that is highly relatable.
In fact, it’s his relatibility that makes Macadellic one of Miller’s finest works yet. On it he tackles everything from internal confusion to long distance love but with a subtle youthfulness that keeps everything honest. Add to this a stellar production value and a list of features that includes some of the games hottest MC’s (Weezy, Cam’ron, Casey Veggies) and you have yourself a grade A mixtape.
If Miller’s talent continues to grow over the next three years, he could be selling out stadiums by the time he’s 23. You can download Macadelic here.
posted by @clarkbs